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psset



SYNOPSIS

       psset FILE


DESCRIPTION

       Produce  a version of the PostScript FILE with a protected
       call to the PostScript operator `setpagedevice'.   Typical
       use  is  making  FILE  print duplex, or on the manual tray
       etc.


OPTIONS

       -h, --help
              display this help and exit

       -v, --version
              display version information and exit

       -q, --quiet
              don't print informational messages

       -o, --output=FILE
              save result in FILE.  If FILE is `-', send to  std­
              out

       -n, --no-fix
              don't run `fixps' to fix PS problems in FILE

       -S, --setpagedevice=KEY[:VALUE]
              pass  a page device definition to output.  Multiple
              values accumulate

       -a, --at=PAGE
              insert  the  page  device  definitions   at   PAGE.
              Default  is  PAGE=0,  standing  for  the Document's
              Setup section

   Shortcuts:
       -m, --manualfeed
              alias for -SManualFeed:true

       -s, --simplex
              alias for -SDuplex:false

       -d, --duplex
              alias for -SDuplex:true -STumble:false  corresponds
              to Duplex, binding along the long edge

       -t, --tumble
              alias  for  -SDuplex:true -STumble:true corresponds
              to Duplex, binding along the short edge

       Produced output is meant for PS level 2 printers.



SEE ALSO

       a2ps(1),    card(1),    fixps(1),    pdiff(1),   psset(1),
       texi2dvi4a2ps(1).

       The full documentation for psset is maintained as  a  Tex­
       info  manual.  If the info and psset programs are properly
       installed at your site, the command

              info psset

       should give you access to the complete manual.

psset 1.3 (GNU a2ps 4.13) February 2000                  PSSET(1)
  

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